Heart rate refers to the number of heart beats per minute. It can be measured by placing your finger on your wrist or neck or using wearable devices.
MOTHER monitors heart rate in two modes:
・In Normal Mode, it takes heart rate readings for 1 minute every 10 minutes.
・In Activity Mode, it continuously monitors heart rate to track HR variations during exercise.
For reference, the resting heart rate (after staying calm for at least 5 minutes) usually ranges from 60 bpm to 65 bpm. Athletes or individuals with strong cardiovascular health might have resting heart rates of 40 bpm to 45 bpm, while it could rise to 65 bpm to 70 bpm due to different factors.
Keep in mind that these values vary among individuals, but it's crucial to measure and know your average heart rate. Factors like illness, fatigue, and jet lag can cause higher heart rates when waking up. If your heart rate consistently exceeds your average by 5 or more beats, consider taking a rest and focusing on managing your well-being for the day.